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Sure, this is the old case where it has been proven again and again that given a set of data and auxilliary data an individual can be readily identified.Note that in both cases, the current state of the online version of those records is (now) more secure than the paper versions -- like I said up top, it's not easy online access that's the issue, it's the content access is given to that needs a good scrubbing.
Ah... one of the privilege people, who sit around with their associates accusing various people of various forms of privilege online ad infinitum ... impossible to deal with, as when logic runs out, there is always that to throw out which is what it always comes down to in the end.
Welcome to gender privilege. The fact that you, (I assume) a male, are more concerned about being robbed than you are being raped, is exactly the point.